Intimidating questions ask
” In this formulation, you allow her to give you the information she’s most interested in providing.That might be about work, but it could be about school, yoga or the fun projects she has going on the side.
You’ll learn a lot from what she chooses to tell you about.
Whatever her response, she gets to determine what she wants to share with you about her week — and you get to listen.
Now you’re focused on fun, positive experiences, and the conversation will perpetuate itself.
What you really want is the ability to come up with your own meaningful questions and weave them into the conversation organically. Rather than trying to memorize them, ask yourself why they’re good questions, and how you might be able to adapt them in specific conversations.
It’s best to use them in an appropriate, organic way, but if you find the conversation dwindling and you want to keep it going, don’t be afraid to pull one out.